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Peace and Conflict in Africa
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Table of Contents

  • Acknowledgements
  • List of Tables & Figures
  • List of Abbreviations
  • About the Authors
  • Part I: Understanding Concepts and Debates
    • 1. Introduction: Understanding the Context of Peace and Conflict in Africa - David J. Francis
    • 2. African Indigenous & Endogenous Approaches to Peace and Conflict Resolution - Tim Murithi
    • 3. Understanding Peace in Africa - Isaac O. Albert
    • 4. The Mainstreaming of Conflict Analysis in Africa: Contributions from Theory - Joao Gomes Porto
    • 5. Understanding Conflict Resolution in Africa - Kenneth C. Omeje
    • 6. Context of Security in Africa - Nana K. Poku
    • 7. Peacebuilding in Africa - Tony Karbo
  • Part II: Issues in Peace & Conflict in Africa
    • 8. Understanding Transitional Justice in Africa - Jannie Malan
    • 9. Democracy and Democratisation in Africa - Belachew Gebrewold
    • 10. Poverty and Human Security in Africa - Mohamed Salih
    • 11. Globalisation and Africa - Jim Whitman
  • Conclusion - David J. Francis
  • Bibliography
  • Notes
  • Index

About the Author

David Francis is a Senior Lecturer at the University of Bradford, where he established and directs the Africa Centre for Peace & Conflict Studies. He has published extensively on the economics and politics of security in Africa. He is the author of Uniting Africa: Building Regional Peace and Security Systems (2006)

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'This is a welcome and pioneering attempt, conducted overwhelmingly by Africans, to integrate the insights both of academic conflict and peace analysis, and of indigenous African approaches to conflict resolution, and apply them to the needs of peace-building in modern Africa.' - Christopher Clapham, Editor, The Journal of Modern African Studies'Peace and Conflict in Africa is a significant contribution to our understanding of the conflicts which have characterized post-colonial Africa. This book sets in train the debate about how Africa-centric solutions for peace will begin to look, by seeking to valorise African traditional peace strategies through forgiveness, healing, reconciliation and restorative justice in order to build social trust. Essential reading for students of Africa, policy makers and the NGO communities' - Professor Alfred Tunde Zack-Williams, University of Central Lancashire

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